Questions Asked on
February 14, 2020

  1. programming

    Purpose: • Write AND OR & NOT logic in pseudo-code and Raptor. Requirements: In Notepad, write pseudo-code for the following. The object of the game is to determine who the player is, based on a series of questions. Inputs Ask the player the following

    asked by sheger
  2. math

    Johnny is buying tiles for his home if he has 20ft of space and their 2 inch long and wide tiles how many tiles will he need to cover the entire floor. Please help me I'm so confused!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    asked by reg
  3. Geometry

    A right prism has height 8 and triangular bases with sides of length 7, 8, and 9. What is the: a) Volume of the prism? b) Total surface area of the prism?

    asked by Boba <3
  4. English

    Based on the context of the passage, what does the word ambitious suggest about Norgay and Hillary? A. Both mountain climbers were being foolish by deciding to climb ahead in the harsh weather. B. Both mountain climbers were pushing themselves too much by

    asked by Khaliyah
  5. Math

    Regina has a bag of 6 orange marbles and 6 black marbles. She picks a marble at random and then puts it back in the bag. She does this 24 times. The results are shown in the table. Outcome Tally Orange 10 Black 14 Determine the percent error of pulling a

    asked by Name
  6. chemistry

    The decomposition of SO2Cl2 is first order and has a rate constant of + 2.90 x 10^–4 s^–1. What is the concentration of SO2Cl2 after 840 seconds given that the initial concentration of SO2Cl2 is 0.0325M?

    asked by kayli
  7. History

    Describe an argument that States Rights advocates might use to make their case that the centralization is a bad thing. Include specific examples of centralization. *This is a written response. Could anyone check my answer* States rights advocates say that

    asked by Zapper
  8. Mathematics

    Hi, I just had an assignment in mathematics and I was wondering if someone could check my answers. Thanks! 1. Find the next three terms in the sequence. 3, 12, 21, 30, ... My answer - C) 39, 48, 57 2. Identify the sequence as arithmetic, geometric, or

    asked by Merlana
  9. Maths

    Find the value of x in X follows normal distribution(5,9/4) where P(X

    asked by Raj
  10. Algebra

    Mat's age is 40% of his fathers age. Ten years from now, Mat's age will be 50% of his fathers age. How old are Mat and his father now?

    asked by bob
  11. physics

    when a person fire a rifle it is advisable to hold the both firmly against the shoulder rather than a little way from it to mimise the impact on the shoulder explain why.

    asked by Anonymous
  12. Physics

    A capacitor is constructed with two parallel metal plates each with an area of 0.61 m^2 and separated by d = 0.80 cm. The two plates are connected to a 5.0-volt battery. The current continues until a charge of magnitude Q accumulates on each of the

    asked by AAA
  13. Chemistry

    Alka seltzer rocket portfolio. 2). What is the relationship between temperature and volume of a gas and what law uses these two variables ( Boyle's Law, Charles's Law or Gay Lussac's Law? 3). What is the relationship between pressure and volume of a gas

    asked by Jess
  14. math

    What notation can you use to represent the inverse sine function? (Select all that apply.) a) sin−1(x) b) sin(x−1) c) csc(x) d) 1/csc(x) e) arcsin(x)

    asked by anonymous
  15. Biology

    For ease, biologists represent 1 set of chromosomes from any organism by the letter n. Any cell with 2 sets is called diploid and represented as 2n. Any cell with just that 1 set (n) is called haploid. Two cells are isolated from a sexually reproducing

    asked by EmilY
  16. Math

    A line passes through the points (1,2) and (5,3). Another line passes through the points (5,3) and (0,0). Will the two lines intersect? Explain your reasoning.

    asked by hannah
  17. science

    Which factor should be included in a model of energy flow into the atmosphere? variations in local temperatures places experiencing drought concentrations of greenhouse gases number of flood days per year How does climate change affect energy in the

    asked by lulu
  18. English

    For this assignment, write an e-mail reply message to your supervisor. (Assume that your instructor is your supervisor at a multinational IT company.) 1. Read the following scenario: an e-mail message sent to you from your supervisor. Subject: Need “Best

    asked by Anonymous
  19. Math

    These two scalene triangles are similar with a scale of 5:2. What is true about these figures? A. a/e = 1 B AB/DE = 2/5 C AC/DF = 5/2 D c/f = 5/2

    asked by Math
  20. Algebra

    in how many ways can 2x3x5 be calculated; including brackets and all?

    asked by Ashley
  21. math

    What is f(–5)? A. 15 B. 5 C. –5 D. 0

    asked by luis
  22. Poetry

    “The Prickly Cacti” The prickly plant stands, Tall and strong in the desert, In the arid land. Is this a valid haiku?

    asked by ❄ Snowflake ❄
  23. Social Studies

    What happened to the region of the Byzantine Empire after it fell? A. It came under control of the Ottoman Empire. B. It was conquered by the Holy Roman Empire. C. It was divided into a collection of Greek city-states. D. It became an isolated region that

    asked by HELP PLEASE!!
  24. History

    Please help! I'm reposting because nobody answered, so I'd be very appreciative if you could! Please, thanks! From the sentence, "The South demanded that the people of the states involved settle the question," What was the position of the majority of the

    asked by Hello There
  25. Educational Technology

    How are texting and instant messaging alike? A. They are forms of instant digital communication. B. Both must be done on a cell phone. C. Both must be done on a computer. D. Netiquette is not important when using either one.

    asked by Misery
  26. Math

    Define the inverse cotangent function by restricting the domain of the cotangent function to the interval (0, π). Evaluate the expression without using a calculator. (Enter your answer in radians.) arccot(− √3)

    asked by anonymous
  27. Math

    complete the table and graph. x+y=5 x y 1 *blank* 4 *blank* 6 *blank* *blank* 0 0 *blank*

    asked by Jishka
  28. Math

    Write the distance y across the flat sides of a hexagonal nut as a function of r (see figure). www.webassign.net/larpcalclim2/4-8-049.gif y=

    asked by anonymous
  29. Maths

    How to compute Z for confidence intervals in calculators allowed in exams?

    asked by Raj
  30. math

    what are 2 numbers that have a sum of 15 and a difference of 7

    asked by zander
  31. physics

    A body of mass 500g suspended from the end of a spiral spring which obeys Hooks law, produced an extension of 10cm. If the mass is pulled down a distance of 5cm and released, calculate 1 the force constant of the spring 2 the frequency of oscillation 3 the

    asked by Cynthia
  32. math

    A smokestack is 190 ft high. A guy wire must be fastened to the stack 20.0 ft from the top. The guy wire makes an angle of 37.0° with the ground. Find the length of the guy wire. Use significant figures. I did: 190 - 20 = 170 170/w=sin 37 w=170/sin37 w=

    asked by anonymous
  33. History

    Need help asap! How did the United States acquire the Panama Canal? It acquired the isthmus during the Spanish-American War. It annexed Panama as a territory of the United States. It supported Panamanian independence from Colombia. It purchased the

    asked by Ryder C.
  34. math

    Each coach has 50 seats and there are 1030 supporters. How many coaches are needed to take all the supporters?

    asked by Lola
  35. US history

    Why did the dawes plan fail to ease Europe's economic problems?

    asked by Kim
  36. Math

    2x + 5 + 2x + 3x = _______x + ______

    asked by Goldfisharegood
  37. Math

    If the inverse of f, f−1 = {(x,y): y=x⁴, and x≤0 }, then f could be represented by ( A ) f = {(x,y): y= ⁴√(−x), and x≤0 } ( B )f = {(x,y): y=−1/x⁴, and x

    asked by Linh
  38. Math

    If 7000 dollars is invested in a bank account at an interest rate of 10 per cent per year, find the amount in the bank account after 11 years if interest is compounded annually

    asked by Maddie
  39. Algebra

    A river is 2000 ft wide and flowing at 6 mph from north to south. A woman in a canoe starts on the eastern shore and heads west at her normal paddling speed of 2 mph. In what direction (measured from North) will she actually be traveling. How far

    asked by Jenna
  40. physics

    Water moves through a constricted pipe in steady, ideal flow. At the lower point shown in figure below, the pressure is P1 = 1.75X104 Pa and the pipe diameter is 6.00 cm. At another point y = 0.250 m higher, the pressure is P2 = 1.20X104 Pa and the pipe

    asked by abd
  41. Math

    How do I write this as an equation? The sum of 22 and tony's score is 42 Use the variable t to represent tony's score.?

    asked by Mignon
  42. Social Studies

    Give an example of how a feudal community in Europe during the Middle Ages might have functioned. Make sure your answer includes the exchange of land as well as the individuals and groups of people involved. Please Help!

    asked by Help Please!!
  43. Science

    Scientists believe that the (Milankovitch cycles, tilt of the earths axis, sea levels, low temperature) explain why Earth’s (climate has, tilt of earths axis has, low temperatures have, sea levels have) fluctuated between glacial periods and interglacial

    asked by lulu
  44. geography

    Why has immigration to Europe caused controversy in recent years?

    asked by hi
  45. math

    You have a new mobile phone. The phone costs $140 and then you pay for a one year contract at $15 per month. How much do you pay in total at the end of the year? $

    asked by Lola
  46. Social studies

    Imagine a political figure who is elected by popular vote up an entire state this figure represents the state in a federal legislature what position does this person hold a senator be president see cabinet member do you member of the House of

    asked by Anonymous
  47. math

    1. Find the area of the triangle. Graphic 39.6 yd2 243.2 yd2 121.6 yd2 47.2 yd2 2. Find the volume of the cylinder. Use π ≈ 3.14. Graphic 24,115.2 ft3 90,432 ft3 964.61 ft3 904.32 ft3 3. Find the area of the triangle. Graphic 19.8 cm2 18.98 cm2 9.9 cm2

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